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VOL. X. NJ. 3991
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. FRIDAY. MAY I I?08
PRICE 5 CENTS
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Captain Curw.'n I. Hiss, 1 !T N.. vii the rirullvi ntliivi uf
(liu llugKhlp Olynipla tun ymi mo tods.) at tin- Initio of Mnnlt.i Hay
mill was ndinncud llvo numbers for eminent ami concilcuma con-
duct In bittlo.
Aa Commandant of the Naval Statlun, Hawaii, ho In enjoying
tln atmosphere (if bosutv mil . nclnnti.irnt In Honolulu ovon niiim
f tlmn Itic tlir.lt mill clash of the morning llnil nude diicli u lotunrk-
f nble page li Hie hoisting of uiu IIiik mil hi tl-o destiny of distant
Ian In ,
f Adm'ril Dewey mnl many uf lili oM oners mo holding mi
annual n-iinlon In Wnsl lugten i . wilug In luiniir of Hip day. Tho
Ural or Ma li. not lHoly to lie forgou-n In main years to come
'Tlw plno.ipph buslne.is Ih Iiiciu
tlvo pi milled It Is i (inducted lionest
I) -make good plnonpplo products
mid ehtiign goo I prices for them."
This statement wits iiiiulc liy K. lio
kIiIiii.i, una of tlin well-known .liip.in
'J1! 1IKMI llil li t:i 111 I to ii il ill li. Isoshlnia
b.iIi! that next to tlio sugar business
It uuh I'vldont Unit the plnrupplo In
iluutry would lie tlio standby of Ha
waii It wiih Kpi)itcd Miiuu 1 1 mo act
t lit' I t tie .lapalicxc plucipplu iouiIi'.
nallou wiih to stmt an Independent
ft'iloi- at Wahlawa, whetn all tlio
pineapples K'own by the Japanese.
wuilM tin ciiiiieil. In til I.i c iiimcrllon
I .c.lilin.i o itil.
lie expntt of piidil pineapple
frk bc R a
Unhinonn Rficinrnc h$
u HBiifflnHiJ H !3 EX C l W hi I II . ft u x.
SiyyilidlJil liydlgllu no
H$oor Of Mqiis
HdboddUl U! Iildu!
Uilllani T Hoblnnui has Hent In the ioncntlnn in ChlcnRo, to which
his iislKiuitlim as Awhwir ' of tlio llc ,I"K '"I"1 'lp' M "H Ic1cehU. In
,, ..... , ,, ... ,, i i .. tpector Ito'o heiinl ilurlni; li Ih iciciiI
tiiinly of Atutll. it was iecccd ,,.,, ,.,.,, , , , .
Hip to .Maul thai Hobliihna ltilends to
rrtnumur Cainpbeil, whu appointed ,, a ,,m,Unlo for Senator,
lilin, jchlerday, ami will bu accepted. There Is tonbldorablo fcelltiB ocr
Tbu iimlgnallun III i;o Into efTett on the mallei- on aciouut of the fact
Alto St li. jthtit the ii'Slnuatlon of Mr. KoliliiMin
While no leawin for the rcslEtt.i- will lolse effttt iIrIiI In tlio midst of
Hun Ih slaled In" Ilia letter In tho the lax-iollcutltiK hcihon. TIllH will
Tn minor. It Ih t.icltly uudcri.tood uuito lOtiHlderablo luconveulencu tu
tli.il HobltiMin Iiiih tal.on IIiIh actios tliu department. No ono Iuih a ct
on .it i mint or tlin refusal of th been i.elecled by ireanuter Uamplfoll
Tne.uiurei to give him a viualtun t.0 to I iKo tlio place Tho olllpo cairlea
that he would bo enabled to ntlond with It u salary of $200 per month.
Tho ALFSEI) BENJAMIN suit, while designed for
men who are nonservativc in their dresa, olcarly defines ell
the stylo features that the best-dressed men in New York
demand in their clothes,
Vc offer them to you in staple Blue nnd Black Serge,
Cheviots, Worsteds, Cassimcres, and the popular shades of
Brown, at the most modest of prices. Single or double
Stop awhile and see our window display,
COHNEK OP POKT
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P'oi'ii'l to the iiialnl.iud l a Knnd
.'bin,; II ttill lulng lovciute nut only
In the pin-apple, people but to the
whole, toiintry. Send i;ond quality
anil charRo Bood prlrcH for them. I i'.j
mil believe In deeelvliiK the put chim
era by wilding a cheap quality. Such
n praetlie would Injure the lonlldcneo
of local people and ecrlaluly wb
would profit nntliliiK by It.
"There, nro many .lapanexo plno
apple men In Wahlawa who own .',
.'00 aucH of laud under cultivation.
They hnd Intended to put up a fac
tor) of their own, but after an In
terview with Jlr Dolo they changed
their mind and heieafter the pine-
(Continued on Page 3)
AND HOTEL STREETS.
l Summer Suits
n si gsfk 4fe a mtm
EACH SKIP WILL
SPEND 140,000 HERE
MPIirP ShnW T lat MntlPV
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Fleet Will Bring Is
During the stay of the fleet In thlr
ll, each of tho nineteen or twenty
nhlpH expected will ppenil iibout I1,
000 In Honolulu. ThU Is for tho ex
pense of the nhlps, tho money that
tho iilTlierfi will spend, and tho wages
of the Jiuklcs which will bo blown
In anhore Coming from tho Coast
the will probably have only ono
tiiontlfa pa lomlng, but It la posalblu
thev will get two, In which case, tho
iimuiiut of money rpent hern will bo
miicli greuler. The sum of JSOO.OtlO
will be spent at any rate, though, It
sccniH, from the figures fitrnlHlicd at
the naal pay station hero.
The amount of money spent by
one of these hoals In the 'usual run
of IhlngM Is J4U,K)0. Tho amount
tho Jackles will have will depend on
when thoy have tholr la3t pay-day
before malting this poit They tiro
nlways given one pay-day whllo In
a port, whllo they may bo glien mora
than ono mouth'H pay If they have
enough money on tho books. It l
(Continued on Page 2)
New System Will Be Put
' Into Effect By Supt.
If It la Hi.n,lbli. to do mi, Supeiln
tendeut of lMihllc liibtruelion Il.ihhltt
will put Into effe'-t a Hjitem In tbu
loyal schools that will glo ovory pupil
medical Inspection II Is u now Idea
here, tlio ono Mr. Ilabbltt has lit
mind, hut It has worked vo Hiiceeasful.
ly In the laigo bchooln of the Staten
mid uioio CBpcrliilly In ;ho Cast, mid
It la po much iiicilnl here tint ho h is
taken the matter up with a determin
ation to rnny II Ibtiiugh
Tho plan Is to lmo a regular ex
nnilnlng In ml of iht-lc I.uih for
mIiooIb, lime a minute inspection of
ill tho Mhool iblldren piobably onee
a o.ir, and lrio a ph)r.l( Inn call at
the schoohi each day, mn to miicli to
examine) tho children as to keep n
look out for any tumble that might bo
repotted by tho tctrheiM. Thero
(Continued on Page 3)
TO LEAVE articles,
portable articles, of
value to you, within
reach of anyone who
may fancy them.
Rent a Safe Deposit
Box from us at 50
cents a month.
WHILE CHILD WATCHED
u :: a a t: tt n k n :: a ti n
f BASBMt EDITION I
1sii8tiii:uiii a a a a a a !
a 'Ilm Hill lot In ll.melnll IMI-
its lion will bu one f Hie featurcH a
:: uf "U! 'OR"" ewwn tlml opena a
jj (omorrow ntleruonn
a This paper has cilahllshcd tel- it
a ophone connection.! with tho park a
a and tho games will be reported tt
a ns they proceed, tin detailed ar- a
a count of tho first gitae appearing tt
tt In the tecond or hiHchill edition, tt
tt tWttirday'H Unite tin will ti
a have n complete nlcw of tho a
a teuma In thin eu League and tt
St a short sketch of what tho play- a
a i rs havo dune t. help the ganio a
tt In Hawaii. a
a CET THE SATURDAY DUtil
:; t: a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a
Kckttewa, an elderly Hawaiian,
this afternoon lomuiltteil siililda bv
cutting his i! tt with a razor A
gruesome future wiih added to the
tragcd b Hie fact that his Hl-jcii-oltl
stcp-dattgliler caw him in tho ui t
of taking hi- life but was powerless
to prevent It
Kekttew i Hied with ills wife and
two stcp-daiighlorH In a tenement
house on l.llllia street a little below
Vlnoinrd lie had been sick for
some time, suffering, nctordltig to the
neighbors, with asthma. Tills is ho
llcied In lime led 1 1 1 III to take tho
desperate Mep He was poor, making
a pteiarlous living by picking up coal
along the waterfront.
"I was alone at homo with papa,'
Mid the little girl, when seen about
half an hour after the affair, "llo
told mo to go and buy bread, and I
went in tlio store on Vineyard Btreot.
When I (tune back tho door was lock
ed. I hot lowed a ihatr front a neigh
bor anil cllmut il on It to look through
the window 1 t.w papi cutting his.
throat with a r.uor. Tlicro was plen
ty of blood. I told tlio neighbors, but
they could not get in bemuse thu
door was linked They (ailed Cap
tain I'.ul.ei. and when he (nine he
broke open the door, hut then papa
Depots Sheriff Jarrett is Invest I
gating Hie mailer and will haio a
loioners J ii r look into It
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal April 30.
SUGAR: 0G degree Centrifugals, 4.42
cents, or $88 40 per ton. Previous
quotation, 4.445 cents.
BEETS: 88 analysis, lis. 9d. Par-
jty, 4.49 cents. Previous quotation,
IIS. 1U 1-2U.
FOR THE BEST FRUIT
place your order with us,
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St. Phone 15,
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. K1NQ STHEET.
goes twice as well with a pot
BOSTON PORK and BEAN3
and BROWN BREAD.
Made every Wednesday and
LIJCKENBACK CARGO.OO nnto
struck r.nnn price! ii
Local Market Is Still
The Sugar Factors Company has
received cable nth Ices announcing the
arrival at Delaware Ilreakwater of
the steamer I., I.uckcnbach on April
28 with a cargo of Hawaiian sugar.
The vessel had on board about five
thousand tuns from various planta
tions, this being tho first half of the
cat go of tho steamer Virginian, which
left Illlo during the beginning of
March. The l.uekcnhach Hrrlvcd at
a most opportune time, when sugar
was at I IC ccntH, her cargo thu.t
benefiting front the last rise.
Tho firm of Alexander & iliildwin
has received from Us Now York of-
Mco the following cablegrams;
"April .10. Sugar market easier.
Decline of 1-S2 cent expect".! for
nearby sugar This month's ship
ments from Cuba offered nt 1-32 cent
decline While raws In the nearby
positions may decline, distant sugnr
Is firmly held "
"May 1 -Sugar market steady
with no pressure to sell."
(Continued on Page 3)
Arrangements Made For
Payment Of Back
Tho misunderstanding between tho
llo.iul of I'ark Commissioners and tho
Hoard of Supervisors has been amic
ably settled, nnd at tho next meeting
of tho latter board tho usual appropri
ation of t700 a month for park ex
penses will bo passed.
"I saw Mr. Cooper of tho l'ark Com
mission jeiterday," said Clmlrman
IlitstiKo of tho Supervisors this .morn
ing, "llo slated that ho would make
ariaugemeuts with tin- merchants to
whom tho back hills weru owing, and
that no additional appropriation would
bo asked for to meet them. As a
matter of fact, Hawaiian office hold
ers havo In en fired for doing Justv!ial
tlio I'ark Commission did, namely
overdrawing their appropriations, and
wo could not pay these bills and bu
consistent. Now that uvcrythlng lias
been settled, and It la understood that
wu uru not to pay anything extra for
the settling of these bills, tho regular
appropriation will bo passed, at thu
meeting next Monday night."
"From my personal standpoint I
think that tho I'ark Commission la
(Continued on Page 2)
You Try It!
Our Soda Fountain is pop
ular with everyone who has
.Tliat's why we want
YOU to try it, too.
Hollister Drug Co.,
We have ineluded College Hills in
our parcels delivery route. Our wa
gon leaves town for Waikiki and
College Hills at 10:30 a. nt. every
Of British Cruiser
GLASGOW, Scotland, May 1. It is reported that the British cruiser
Indomitable has attained a trial speed of 28 knots.
WASHINGTON. D. C, May 1. A great banquet will be held this
evening in honor of Admiral Dewey and to celebrate the anniversary of
the battle of Manila Bay.
NEW YORK, N. Y May 1. The
ashore on Long Island.
HONGKONG. China, May 1. inc invitation to the American Bat
tleship Fleet to visit this -ort has b:en accented.
ONLY TWO BATTLESHIPS
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mav 1. The House will agree to the annro
priation for two battleships this year.
. m i m
CALIFORNIAN IS NAMED
WASHINGTON. D, C. May 1.
been appointed Assistant Secretary of
TAFT TO THE
CHARLESTON, S. C, May 1.
the Isthmus, where he will inspect
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., May 1.
MONTEREY, Cal., May 1. The Battleship Fleet was given a great
reception here today.
m ! i
EVANS WEIGHS MORE
PASO ROBLES, Cal., May 1. Admiral Evans is improving and hi
creasing in weight. '
A wireless telegram received at the
Naval Station this afternoon an-
nounccd tho approach of the llrazlllan
German ship Peter Rickmers ii
William R. Wheeler of California has
Commerce and Labor,
Secretary of War Taft has sailed for
The Nebraskan arrived today.
. mnu-of.vvar which sailed from Callao
direct fqr this port.
j The Ucnjatntn Constant Is one of the
I crullers of Cm South American Re
public that assisted In tho magnificent
reception tendered tlio American fleet "
while at Hlo do Janeiro, She is out
on n practice cruise.
, Tho ship will bo In port this after
noon At 2 30 o'clock tho inanof.wnr pio
I cceded Into tho harbor. Sho Is to ho
docked nt tho No. 2 Navy wharf.
Bulletin Basines. Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
This "Diamond" No. 321
Box Calf Bal is made and
built to stand the knocks and
rough usage that a heavy shoe
It never skulls, like the
kid, and it is strong and com
fortable, a very popular shoe
with those who are looking
for shoe value and wearing
quality in a hevy shoe.
We solicit and attend
promptly to all Island orders.
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